Japanese physician, born 1927, Koshiën, Hyogo prefecture.
Biography of Seiichiro Tarui
Seiichiro Tarui qualified in medicine at the University of Osaka in 1953. From 1959 he was an assistant in the Second Department of Internal Medicine at this university, where he conducted clinical research on disorders of carbohydrate metabolism. He was appointed as Associate Professor of Internal Medicine in 1966, and in 1978 he was elevated to the chair of internal medicine. He retired with emeritus status in 1991. He then became Director of Otemae Hospital, Osaka.
- Seiichiro Tarui, Yoshihiro Tochino, Kyohei Nonaka (Editor), Seiichiro Tarui (Editor):
Insulitis and Type I Diabetes : Lessons from the Nod Mouse.
Academic Press, November 1997.
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